Flights from Port Hedland Airport to Bali International Airport
Flight information Port Hedland to Bali (Denpasar)
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Average flight time, total distance 1347 kilometres
Airlines that fly from Port Hedland Airport to Bali International Airport
Virgin Australia is the only airline that serves the route between Port Hedland and Bali via the Port Hedland Airport and the Bali International Airport. There is only one flight through the route, happening every Sunday, with the flight leaving at 3:35 in the afternoon and arriving to Bali about two hours later, 5:45 in the afternoon. This is a perfect opportunity, especially if the traveller would want to arrive to Bali late but still have plenty of time to rest before they start with their journey/itinerary for the trip. Virgin Australia also offers connecting flights to Bali via Perth, although this is only a viable option if the traveller would need or want to stop by Perth first. All flight schedules that are identified in this post are valid until October 30 of this year, and changes in the flight schedules are to be made by the above-mentioned airline without prior notice to the passenger of the respective airlines. Always be updated about the schedule of flights, and read news to know if there are any flight cancellations.
All flights leaving for Bali (Denpasar) from Port Hedland will be leaving through the Port Hedland Interantional's main passenger terminal, which is known as the 21st busiest airport in Australia. Port Hedland International Airport mainly domestic flights to Broome, Darwin, Karratha, Melbourne, Mataram, and Perth, and international flight(s) to Bali. The airport terminal is complete with short- and long-term parking spaces, car hire facilities, and taxi zones for the traveller. It also has ATMs, a small cafe, toilets, and parents’ room.
Upon arrival to Bali, travellers will be welcomed to the international terminal of the Bali International Airport. The said international terminal handles all international departures and arrivals to Bali, and is the bigger of the two airport terminals in the facility. The international terminal has its own ground transportation facilities at the arrivals hall for the travellers to peruse.
Like most countries, Indonesia enforces strict immigration and emigration procedures, so both international and domestic travellers should be aware of the rules and the regulations here. Before leaving for Bali, travellers should prepare all required travel documents including their passports and flight itineraries, visa requirements (if applicable), and others. They should also bring their work or student visa, if they are studying or working in the country and is travelling as a requirement. Further, travellers are also advised to be careful of their luggage and their personal belongings, and should only bring what is necessary. They should also know or at least have knowledge of the rules and the regulations of the airline that they are flying with, so as to avoid confusion and unwanted hassles during their trip. Indonesia uses Rupiah as their currency, so make sure to have the local currency changed.
What to expect in Bali
There is no time difference between the cities of Port Hedland and Bali, and their climates are almost at par with each other. Local climate in Denpasar runs between a low of 23.65 and a high of 32.47 degrees Celsius, as compared to Port Hedland's 19.4 to 33.2 degrees Celsius. Pack light clothes when in Bali so that it will be easier to navigate the area through the heat, however, if planning on exploring the temples make sure to wear appropriate clothing. Further, prices in Bali are somehow more expensive than in Port Hedland, although some items cost more in the latter than in the former. The best way to get around this is to actually have spare cash.
This information is correct as of July 2015.
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